Blue Nissan X-Trail SUV driving on a mountain road.

The All-new Nissan X-Trail Coming Soon

Nissan will soon welcome an all-new X-Trail in New Zealand, once again resetting the benchmark for family friendly adventure SUVs.

The X-Trail will launch in New Zealand towards the end of 2022, and is all-new in every sense, featuring a new platform, new safety equipment, and improved levels of capability courtesy of a new Intelligent 4×4 system that offers up to five distinct drive modes to cover every terrain possibility.

The all-new X-Trail also welcomes a powerful new exterior design, a cabin delivers both practicality, and a premium experience, and a host of new technology features.

“The Nissan X-Trail has been a family favourite in New Zealand for more than 20 years, with more than 21,000 vehicles sold since its launch here in 2001,” says Nissan New Zealand Managing Director, Ben Hamilton.

“That’s an impressive legacy to protect, and it’s one we take very seriously. Which is why the all-new X-Trail introduces a bold new look, incredible technology and safety features, and even more capability, all while still sticking true to its heritage of unlocking fun and adventure for Kiwi families.”

DRESSED TO IMPRESS

Perfectly blending its premium look with boundless practicality, the all-new X-Trail’s exterior design embraces it’s fun and adventurous ethos.

New LED headlights, a stylish “floating” roofline, and the evolved Nissan V-Motion grille are joined by a fashion-first for the X-Trail – the ability to specify two-tone body colours.

Inside, easy-to-use technology meets easy-to-live-in space, with premium look-and-feel materials and the latest in Nissan infotainment technology.

SAFETY FIRST, ALWAYS

The all-new X-Trail safety systems act as an extra set of eyes on the road, with advanced Nissan Intelligent Mobility technology designed to see where you can’t, and react if you don’t.

ADVENTURE READY

Nissan’s most advanced SUV to date is also its most capable, with the all-new X-Trail debuting an Intelligent 4×4 system with direct coupling that reacts faster than ever before, allowing for the seamless transfer of power between axles for the ultimate in stability and traction.

Hill Descent Control and five distinct drive modes ensure the all-new X-Trail is as ready for adventure as you are.

TIMING

The all-new X-Trail will launch in New Zealand in late 2022. More detailed specification will be revealed closer to its official launch. Get in touch with Autoworld Timaru, our Miles Group Nissan representative, for more information.

Dog about to jump into the boot of a Nissan X-Trail SUV while a human holds open the boot.
Interior of a Nissan X-Trail SUV front drivers seat.

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Overseas models may be shown. Actual New Zealand specification may vary.

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